noun, plural flam·beaux [flam-bohz] /ˈflæm boʊz/, flam·beaus.
Origin of flambeau
Related Words for flambeautorch, lamp, beacon, lantern, dip, flambeau, incendiary, light, flash, flare, bougie
Examples from the Web for flambeau
Historical Examples of flambeau
Flambeau was peering into the house with a visage as white as a sheet.
"I know what you're driving at," said Flambeau rather gloomily.
"All right," said Flambeau, laughing, and finished his beer.
"Or on the seat," said Flambeau, and pointed to the little table.
Talking of tools, you've got that swordstick, Flambeau, you always carry?
noun plural -beaux (-bəʊ, -bəʊz) or -beaus
Word Origin for flambeau
also flambeaux, 1630s, from French flambeau, from flambe "flame" (see flamboyant).